The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) provided new guidance on what instruction and learning should look like during the extended school closure. Although schools are closed and are not providing traditional in-school instruction, education must continue. OSPI’s update provides an important change to our current approach to learning opportunities.
We have been providing Learning Enrichment and Resources for students, which will continue. Moving forward, we are being asked to increase the level of instruction and support for all students using Guiding Principles in the following areas:
We are working at the district and school levels to identify ways to implement this instruction and support for students through Connected Learning in Preschool through grade 12. This includes access to learning enrichment materials, resources, and instruction, and communication using internet connections and tools. The instruction and support through Distance Learning (online) are expected to begin after Spring Break (April 6 through April 10) on April 13. For more information, read the Letter to Families linked below.
For those students or families who need Chromebook support, we have set up a Chromebook Support hotline you may call at (360) 965-0202 and a designated Chromebook support email address at email@example.com.
Letter to Families (K-12) March 30, 2020
Letter to Families (K-12) (Espanõl)
ELC Letter (Preschool)
ELC Letter (Espanõl)
Clever Login (Elementary)
Canvas Login (Secondary)
Preschool and Elementary Resources
Secondary (Middle and High School) Resources
Preschool - Grade 12 Special Education Resources
|Preschool and Elementary Resources|
Learning Enrichment Page for Elementary
|Secondary (Middle and High School) Resources|
Learning Enrichment Page for Secondary
|Special Education Resources|
Learning Enrichment Page for Preschool - Grade 12
To support at-home learning and reinforce Distance Learning (online) at home, we have compiled a list of resources that will provide students with practice using instructional tools tied to learning standards.
This will not replace teacher instruction, rather reinforce skills taught in the classroom. Visit the Learning Enrichment pages linked above for Preschool, Elementary, Secondary, and Special Education for all levels.